The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 22
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Mavambep 23, Postmaster Gives Hints On Gift & Card Mailings .i: "It's,time' to start planning y° u .f. Christmas card and gift , mailings." Postmaster W. W Sui- hyah said'today as he launched his 1961 "Mail'.Early For Christmas" Campaign. ' Looking ahead to what may be the h biggest Christmas season ever, the Postmaster said further, Here are the things to watch to help m getting every Christmn card and package delivered be fore December 26th — CHECK your Christmas car and gift lists carefully. Be sur each address is complete^, wit full name, street and number city, zone and slafe.: Avoid ab breviations of city and Wstat names. . . FOR YOUR GIFl 1 PACKAGES secure heavy, wrapping 'paper Mrs Qdorgfe Peterson was a Friday caller in the home of Mrs and ;•••--«•-* KJ. j; i. juuuge were Slifi" day dinner guests at the W. E Leys. Jane Blome, who attends La^ James Beauty Academy at Fairmont, spent the weekend with hcf mother, Mrs Harry Blome. Mr and Mrs Lauren Sachs ol ftosenau home. Thursday dinner guests; ail Haffy TtoseftaVs -Were Mr 11 MI'S-.Robert, Ros*efiau Of GMci anfl Mr and Mrs Walter, Rosen' The Acorn club met Thi with 48 members pre&eht. _ Gutfeilocht gave an, article * I "A Modern Song" Was "-- " Gertrude Gutkhecht,' Beemer, Faye Boyd, ..„ Ann Hamiltdn, -Irene 6 — 7,- "^"'j^ YV.Ia^yiug paper Sturdy corrugated 'cartons, strong cord and adhesive tape. Remem- ( ber, also, that .y&u : ^cah • include your Christmas card or/letter inside your gift packages:. if you will;; add; '.the . .-appropriate First Class mail stamps to the postage for the package itself. STOCK UP ON POSTAGE STAMPS — By doing this Soot., you 11 save lots of time thai might fhe*8pentv.standing in line later oil; When you go to the Post Office,'&sk for a supply of label" Which (read, "ALL FOR LOCAL DELIVERY", and ALL FOR OUT OF TOWN DELIVERY," so that before you mail your Christmas cards you can sort them into two groups,.with the addresses alhfac- ing one way, thus expediting delivery." The Post Office will help you plan your Christmas • mailings. Get a copy of Pamphlet No. 2, which gives full information a- bput proper packaging arid wrap-' ping of parcels. Frank Fisher were Friday eve< ning visitors. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna were Sunday visitors'in the Ray McWhorter home. you need a word of affeclion and encouragement and knows just how to say it." . — •-—-". »F *•* v. «i V'V.jhViitu VJO1LU1 3 civ the Harry Blome and Rufus 01- thoff homes. Mr and Mrs Arnold Karels of Frost were Sunday dinner guests i Auxiliary Group At Ottosen; to Xmas Host --- ---™ tne WJ.^AUGI.CI «O 11U Devotions were fatten b Rev. Harold Mountain. K M t to useolfeah6d th e enure Nov. 3. A ebmmittee Was app&in «* *- "-oorate the ( ' '" — _. the cHurch a*nd' th church 1 , parlors for Mrs Richard Kinseth Lee LAKOTA NEWS Tuesday evening visitors at the John Griese home were. Mr and Mrs Frank Dolls of Blue 'Earth. During the past week, Mr and tors John Griese have been visit- ng John's uncle, Martin Griese who is a patient at St, Ann hospital at Algona. He suffered p troke. jt the parental Fred Christ home. Sunday dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Ryan, Mr and Mrs Maynard Rippentrop and family and Mr and Mrs Eu gene Christ and family. .Sunday evening visitors with .Mrs Rosa Ramstock were Mrs Will Bauman and Mrs Bertha Trump. Mrs Henry Guderian of Algona visited with Louise Thaves Wednesday, and called briefly at the friends came Saturday for „„„,.. ing. Mrs Beemer, Monica, Bec&y and Pat spent Saturday a«d Suh« day with Mrs Guy BeenterKi Webster, City. „ , , Pheasant hunters over tfidi weekend at the Bob Ha'miltCM home were Mr and Mrs Robert'! of Waterville. A doorbe.ll, will be installed In ;;m> t L ai ' sona ^v and ? H stai- flag «>m be purchased fdMhe cWcr Jte°J» n * ec ?" e ^will b be invii Ukena played special music „«, there was group singing. ><Lunt»H, was served by the hostess. " . ! Weekend visitors at theMS&B Ollosen — 'American ^ Kton hunting were -thfes Auxiliary met Monday eveniha at buddies of fcoB'a the home of Mrs'ESsie Cooper, «"•",.," « WC } B U1 Dow agific,'Mi8Mlj The ladies will send v cobkies David Carlson of CroWtf P6WtS, to Woodward* in December. ttheyi The December, nt ' r^L* 0 ™* **?**?*,.$ ^ e t0 ^ br r« ht to the home of Pbl hlek and gUesS Island, 111. Several oM Mrs Essie Cooper by Dec. 27. ed. Half of the'cLstm ^^^SU& t0 ' ^K^wtotA-aSSS It was decided fd have a Christmas party with.each member to bring up to two guests. The teachers, county officers and Mrs Robert Croker, of Bode will also be invited. •a t.v~~~ TY""~.. " ~ ••»•"-«.»«i«i. i The auJdliary will give $5 in Bobby Hamilton, who attend? gifts Santa Glaus Day, Thev will it. ^ r -"*« "u lse in ien Mankato State College attend^ also have a bake sale andI seTve feJ? 1 ? from ***** Thursday for the Iowa-Minnesota game *at lunches that day. - s ? nt a'Ana,-Calif, where they will Iowa City Saturday. i\/r /-. * » , visit theit* .<mn.jm.inT.. —j j..._i ... _ „•.••, « . Mrs Conrad Jphnson read an ter Mrs Don Boyd and > childreh I article on education and Mrs Vic- fdr ge . J. Nielsen gave the ies- Mountain, presented .the of causes "Stewardship", •et Holt is very ifl ai hospital following sur- * f * ~ ? nd Mrs Oliver Kinseth left from Perrv Thursday for Richard Kinseth and M> and Qlyirt Haug took them to Perry ?v -, .. •ASi result of the recent elee tfdrts, Pfank Schleifer of Buffal Gente^ ended thirty years o C6HtirtUOUs, service to that city a Councilman. 0: r . BOTH :Mr arid Mrs Will Massey v hear Lihevllle recently eelebrat fed;their 60th wedding anniver YOU SAW IT ADVERTISED IN THE ; UPPER DES MOINES A few cents of every electric co-op member'* monthly power bill got* fo repay Uncle Sam's REA for funds borrowed to build the electric Unes to the member'* rurol home. • • • Symbel ef ««. •ktrallve nnrf elec- MflcatiM ... awl de|)*Hddble, den* profit *l«cfrk mivke »«f ro«l famtllM e» — ~^**miiimmmsmSiiSamsM!i GOOD NEIGHBOIIS ~ KNOW lomboldt County R.E.C. Phone 99 - Homboldt, Iowa Town and Country 1 , \ Joe Bradley Equipment «___«*. **_«_» mm By Mrs. Victor Fifth Mr and Mrs Hay McWhorter returned home - from ; Colorado Wednesday where they have been visiting and deer hunting. They visited Vera McWhorter dn : their way home. Mr and Mrs Jim Schenck and family of Waterloo were Weekend visitors in the Ray McWhorter home. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks visited;.in the home of Mrs Ruth Sparks-Wednesday evening, and visited,,! with Howard's cousin Mrs AJf Jorgenson. of Iowa City who is visiting in the Sparks home. Mr and Mrs Lewis Sampson and sons of Goldfield' were Sunday visitors of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr and. Mrs Elmer Erickson and. Mrs' Marlin Erickson and son Lynn were also visitors and Mr and Mrs Earl Miller were Sunday evening visitors. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks attended services in the Methodist church at Forrest City, where Rev. Max Goldman is now the minister. They were also dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs Goldman Paul Krominga of Rockford, 111. visited in the Bernard Phelps home Saturday evening. He and five other men from Illinois came to hunt pheasants. Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps and grandpa Chas. Phelps visited the Mervin Bristows at LuVernc Sunday. Mrs Ray Fitch got word from her sister-in-law, Mrs Loo Clark who has be-on in the hospital at Rochester, that she had suffered a stroke Saturday morning. Mrs Jesse Schmidt 01' Ruthven came Friday and took Mr and Mrs Fitch to Britt Friday where they visited 'Mr and Mrs Harold Stevenson and father Chas. Clark in tne LCQ Clark home. Mr and Mrs Edward Harms ann family were Sunday visitors in the Dweight Ruse' home. Mr Harms did some pheasant hunting. South Hold Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires Oliver Mauey-Harrli Allto-Chalmtn OMC Truck* ; FlrutoiM Tin* Phone CY 4-2421 Algona YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR IllfUllfllllllllllJlllJllllllllllllllflllfll] Bronson Building Service i "try Us And Youll Like Us" | Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints | MILL WORK I Builders' Hardware 1 Tools 1 KLINE Tanks it I REDWOOD Tanks i N. of Jet. Hwys. I 18 & 169 1 Algona - CY 4-4369 § gBiuuiiiiintniiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiuniiiniinii iiuuumiiiar Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery Both Quality And Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On CNW Tracks. Phone CY 4-3561 Algona Cabineis ' Cuslom built "One Siop Shop" *» *- -fing/il-ring. windows. Formica counieriopping and buiU i n appliances Bwns and other buildings - AU ' TERMS: a ^^ — »» EASY C ° mpan r in Algona. Se,xion, or Ottosen. At Kelleys' "OUR BUSINESS IS CONSOLIDATED ACTUALLY <iive YOUi W MOST FOOD VALUE (N THEIR MlUKPlfoWJCT THAT MONEY CANPUY. Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPJ^NT MOTOR TRUCKS Sale* & Service «««.» D Phone CV 4-3501 Algona Meet Ken Roethler Of Algona Irons Heating & Plumbing "C«nple»el y Equipped TO Serve You Completely" flumblng . Sheet Kttel ez OU Unil» fumpt Our' Country Neighbor this week is Ken Boethler. who s ^ mUes i0liamnit pf ^ gonSi Ken hag b ^ fey quite a few years, despite the fact he U one of the younger generation of farmers in Kossuth county and he and his family have been on their present farm since 1951, Ktn raises beans, oats, corn and hay and has HQ acres of p>f »ure on which he leeda cattle. He also raises feeder pigs and 4nilks about a dozen cows. His feeder pigs and feeder cattle are raised for WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR Mrs. Hoethler, the former Dolores Kollascb, daughter of lft «n4 $r«. Elmer Kollasch, Swea, City, raises chickens and lto the eggs, M*. Roethler .usually has to purchase some corn to feed pul Wi livestock, due to the fact half the corn he raises is sealed each year. Mr, and Mrs. Roethler have seven children, They we Sharon 13, Marilyn U, Kevin 9. Craig 8, Diane 6, all students at St. Cecelia's Academy here; Mike 2, and Lowell 1, Mri, RPrtWt? has a »ister. Wilma (Mrs, QrviJJe Mueller) Whittemore, end a brother Jim, Swea City, living in thi* area and Ihree listers and two brothers living elsewhew. Mr?B9eth? ier-s molhtr, Veronipa, lives in Algona. H 3 has two brothers Virgil, njraji AJppna, and .Harold, Livermore and two sisters' Sylvester Arndorfer),' Algona, «nd Lucile (Mrs' ), Bancroft. (UDM Polaroid ' '"""illllllllilHllllllliilllllllilllilllllllllllnrtliiillillliiilliiiiiiiiiiiT' Kelley lumber Co. Our Business Is Building" • LUMBER, . > PAINT > CEMENT We Aim Jo Pleat* Near Milwaukee Depot - Algona «"iBniii*» • - $ "^'* - > <• ,v, . v , . Jtw( Beecner Lane Appliances FAMOUS NAMES Greet You" In TELEVISION Waitlnghoiu* In APPLIANCES WeitlnghouM Frlolclalre Youngiiowa Phone CY 4-lllt *'Bona' Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Moline - Kolly-Ryan - Papae New Idea Farm Machinery Friendly fc Conrieoui Alwayi Cullen Hardware Your'' Our Own "Hardware Store" A ?amplet* Line Of H«-*dwgre Construction Co, Stwl Cfli,,tr M cM 9n

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